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Taking a look inside Newhouse 2's new digital innovation space
A new face for innovation, Newhouse 2 gets a much needed facelift and opens up possibilities for students.
Oprah: Innovation the future for Newhouse studio
The "Queen of All Media" helped dedicate the new Dick Clark Studios and Alan Gerry Center For Media Innovation.
Men's soccer: Skylar Thomas lifts Orange to upset of Virginia
The senior's header-deflection goal sparked SU to a monumental ACC victory.
Trippy Turtle booked for first Bandersnatch of fall semester
University Union announces the Oct. 14 concert will feature support from one or more acts to be announced later.
Student musicians, waffles make Made at SU launch party a success
Review: How seven Audio Arts graduate students, three musical acts and more than 60 orders of waffles transformed one Saturday night into a bedrock moment for campus-based DIY.
Gringo and Proud
Before learning about other cultures in an abroad experience, first you must embrace your own.
Missed chances doom Syracuse football in loss to Notre Dame
SU forced five turnovers, but mustered only 15 points at MetLife Stadium on Saturday evening.
Students weather nights on the Quad for 8th annual Shack-a-Thon
The SU-SUNY ESF chapter of Habitat for Humanity aimed to raise $6,000 in this year's event.
Believe In Syracuse: Westcott edition
Community organization Believe In Syracuse aims to raise morale and awareness of the neighborhoods in Syracuse.
Music maven and alum Josh Grabelle talks entrepreneurship in the metal realm
The founder of record label and publishing company Bullet Tooth returned to campus to speak on his experience working with heavy music artists in the industry.
'The Missing Picture' takes chances to more fully tell a story of genocide
Review: With the experimental film 'The Missing Picture,' Cambodian director Rithy Panh answers the question: How do you tell the story of the dead when they leave us without a trace?
The graphic, gripping 'Return to Homs' puts a burning Syria on display
Review: Syrian director Tala Derki paints a violent reality of the ongoing Syrian unrest with the documentary 'Return to Homs.'
Tweedy's folky family affair warms Ithaca crowd
Review: Wilco's Jeff Tweedy brought his new solo project, which includes his son Spencer on drums, to the State Theate of Ithaca on Sept. 24.
Chancellor Kent Syverud hosts town hall meeting to introduce Fast Forward Syracuse initiative
Syverud used the meeting to answer questions about the initiative, which has three parts: a strategic plan, a campus master plan and an operational excellence program.
Eight questions for improv comic Brad Sherwood
The 'Whose Line is It Anyway?' star talks candidly with The NewsHouse about creating comedy on the spot and making people laugh for more than two decades.
'American Vagabond' captures the full scope of modern American gay life
Review: An emotional cinematic core helps the documentary 'American Vagabond' resonate as a tale of diverse humanity.
Students represent local issues at People's Climate March
Hundreds of SU and SUNY-ESF students marched alongside more than 300,000 other demonstrators in New York City at the largest climate change march ever.
'Lakshmi' is not a film for the weak-hearted
Review: Filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor's take on the horrid world of Indian sex trafficking is expertly acted and directed, which makes it all the more difficult to stomach.
Flair at the Fair: Meet five Westcott Street originals
An assortment of performers dressed in eye-catching costumes mingled with fairgoers at the 23rd annual Westcott Street Cultural Fair.
Orange plagued by mistakes, failed opportunities in loss to Maryland
The SU offense piled up 589 yards, but a pair of turnovers and special-teams blunders proved costly.
'Through a Lens Darkly' exposes the power of self-image
Review: Thomas Allen Harris probes into African-American culture with his film 'Through a Lens Darkly,' but occasionally gets in the way of his own story.
23rd Westcott Street Cultural Fair celebrates historic neighborhood
A lack of sunshine couldn't dampen the storied Westcott neighborhood's unique offering of food, art and culture.
Re-negotiations in Posse Foundation scholarships prompt activism on campus
Starting in fall 2015, SU will reduce its number of Posse Foundation partner cities from three to one.
Etan Thomas, former Syracuse basketball stars return for fatherhood panel
The panel tackled issues faced by children in single-parent homes and encouraged students to forge their own destiny.
Plus-size model and SU alumna Emme influences fashion design curriculum, launches year-long contest
Through Emme's initiative, SU is the first U.S. college to bring plus-size mannequins into the classroom.
Men's club ice hockey: Orange thrashes Army in opener
Eight different SU players tickled the twine in an easy victory.
Men's soccer: Ekblom's goal carries Orange past Clemson
A vaunted SU defense helps shut down the Tigers.
"Rush" star shares his success with Syracuse University students
Actor Rick Gonzalez spoke about the influence his upbringing has had on his acting career.
Etan Thomas to discuss book, fatherhood on Schine Underground panel
The former SU basketball player will speak to students at 2:15 on Saturday.
TV goofballs bring their Impractical Jokes to downtown Syracuse
The Tenderloins, the laugh-happy crew behind the Impractical Jokers TV show, bring their crack-up comedy to the Oncenter War Memorial Arena tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Marv Albert discusses life as "the voice of basketball" during visit to Syracuse
The broadcaster and former Syracuse student spoke to students and faculty in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium on Tuesday evening.
Fall TV Preview: Here they come to save the day
If sitcoms and Prohibition-era dramas aren't your thing, you'd do well to tune into these superhero and comic book-themed shows hitting the airwaves this fall.
Rally addressing controversial closure of SU's Advocacy Center ends in chancellor's office
Students and faculty called on Chancellor Kent Syverud to re-open the Advocacy Center as a safe space.
Men's soccer: Orange rebounds to blank Cornell
Syracuse dominates Big Red for its fifth shutout of the season.
Baldwinsville, Cicero-North Syracuse added to Frozen Dome Classic
Schools will play first high school hockey game in Carrier Dome.
More than 50 SU students will march in historic climate change rally
Busloads of local activists will participate in the largest climate change demonstration ever.
Television-inspired course introduces non-Whitman majors to business basics
Professors act out drama surrounding a fictional chocolate company to engage students in Whitman's new "Business Essentials" course.
Chancellor to lead town hall meeting on future plans for Syracuse University
The Fast Forward Syracuse initiative will be the topic of Monday's town hall meeting in Hendricks Chapel.
String topography artwork in Schine draws attention to Orange After Dark
Graduate student Luke Blum creates the "S" now hanging in Schine at a pancake breakfast last year.
Terrel Hunt leads explosive Syracuse offense in rout of Central Michigan
Led by the quarterback's four touchdowns, SU scored 40 unanswered points in a dominating team performance.
Syracuse's International Arts and Puppet Festival continues despite rain
A last-minute rain schedule allowed families to have a good time at the Open Hand Theater's festival even in dreary weather.
Fall TV Preview: What you're paying for with premium channels
The networks might have the sitcoms, but HBO and Showtime have the sex and violence -- for a premium price, of course.
Chinese community gathers to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival away from home
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted the annual event in Goldstein Auditorium.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan to perform at Goldstein Auditorium
University Union announces the sarcastic, observational stand-up star will come to campus on Oct. 25.
Fall TV Preview: Parting is such sweet sorrow
As the fall TV season kicks into high gear, viewers must say a few tearful goodbyes to some fan favorites.
Men's soccer: Orange's second-half rally comes up short against Notre Dame
Despite 10 corner opportunities in the latter frame, SU fails to overcome late Irish goal.
Women's soccer: Orange sputters against Colgate
Early Raider goal too much to overcome for sluggish SU offense.
Field hockey: UNC blanks the Orange
SU offense struggles in first conference game of season.
SU students must pay more to replace lost or stolen ID cards
A microchip embedded in the new student ID cards means higher prices for replacements.
Chris Nanco looks to continue hot start against Notre Dame
The SU sophomore has scored two goals this season to spark the Orange to a 4-0 start.
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